DXtreme Station Log 15

Product Summary

DXtreme Station Log 15 is designed for active amateur radio operators.

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What it Does

DXtreme Station Log 15 lets you log your contacts and make use of multimedia features that will enhance your Amateur Radio operating experience. Its uncluttered, yet powerful user interface features customizable font attributes and foreground and background colors for entering and viewing data easily throughout the program.

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Finds the Stations You Need to Work

Its comprehensive, dual interface DX Spot Checker™ — your choice of Rich Site Feed or Grid Feed — displays incoming spots and indicates whether you need to contact stations for a new or verified:

  • DXCC entity
  • Band entity
  • Mode entity
  • VUCC grid

Integration with optional Afreet Band Master also helps you find stations to work via its unique graphical interface.

Acquires Solar Indices Information

The software acquires and displays Solar Indices on the Station Log and DX Spot Checker menu bars automatically every thirty minutes ...

... and populates the editable SFI, Ap, and Kp boxes on the Station Log window for saving with log entries. (Internet connection required.)

You can run Performance, Stations, and Bands reports against the solar data.

The Historic Solar Indices Update facility lets you update log entries with solar data valid at the time of the QSOs (provided the QSOs took place on or after January 1, 1997 and the information is available from NOAA). Running an historic update is useful after performing an ADIF Import. It is also useful if you were out in the wild, off the grid when logging.

Displays Propagation Predictions

Integration with optional Afreet Ham CAP provides the ability to run short- and long-path propagation predictions from the DX Spot Checker, Station Log window, and Entities module.

Processes JT Log Entries

As you know, WSJT-X and JTDX display worked-before indications natively, letting you keep your eyes glued to their interfaces while operating ... which is important when using quick modes like FT4, FT8, and MSK144.

DXtreme Station Log supports WSJT-X and JTDX native worked-before notifications by supplying data from your Station Log database and providing convenient Station Log-centric logging activities.

With the growing popularity of JS8, an extension of FT8 and an official ADIF mode, DXtreme Station Log supports logging from the JS8Call application.

Supports Logbook of the World

Station Log:

  • Provides your choice of
    • Automatic Uploads as log entries are added, complete with capture and retention of LoTW QSO Record Status, which indicates whether log entries made it to the LoTW server okay.
    • Semiautomatic Uploads of log entries in batches, also with capture and retention of LoTW QSO Record Status.
  • Processes Incoming LoTW QSLs.
  • Displays the date and time LoTW users last updated their accounts.

Supports Club Log

Provides automatic Club Log record creation when adding and modifying log entries, plus a batch record creation facility to get you started with Club Log.

Provides Rig Control

Rig Control is supplied via optional integration with Afreet Omni-Rig.

Creates QSL and Address Labels

Allows you to produce outgoing QSL labels and Address labels for sending QSLs.

Supports Outgoing QSL Web Services

Makes it easy to send official QSL cards via a third-party QSL bureau web site, such as QDure at:


Has an Embedded Imaging Engine and a Variety of Imaging Interfaces

Features Improv Imaging™ for capturing on your screen, scanning from your image scanner, or pasting from the Clipboard images you want to associate with log entries, such as:

  • Screen captures of stations worked on digital applications.
  • Ham CAP maps showing propagation conditions at the time of reception.
  • Pictures of ham gear or antennas used during contacts, and more.

Provides QSL Imaging™ for scanning, capturing, exploring, and viewing incoming QSL cards, LoTW QSLs, and eQSLs.

Runs Analytics and Performance Reports

Features DXCC Analytics™ and WAS Analytics™, two powerful tools for analyzing and enhancing your DXCC and WAS standings, enabling you to quickly access the specific log entries upon which you need to take some kind of action — like e-mailing hams or resending QSLs, etc. The Analytics tools also providew lists of the DXCC entities and WAS states you still need.

Provides Performance Reporting, an array of DXCC, VUCC, WAS, and other reports that can be viewed locally or uploaded to the Web for remote access by you and your friends.

Integrates with Optional Afreet DX Atlas

Station Log's integration with optional Afreet DX Atlas lets you perform azimuth plots from the DX Spot Checker and produce grid and pin maps of report data.

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